2nd in AFC South
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Colts InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Damontre Moore (Suspension) is out this week.
Eric Fisher (Achilles) is out this week.
Antwaun Woods (Ankle) is out this week.
DeForest Buckner (Ankle) is questionable this week.
Will Holden (Ankle) is out this week.
Samiuela Tevi (Knee) is questionable this week.
Marlon Mack (Achilles) is Out this week.
Holton Hill (Foot) is out this week.
Jordan Wilkins (Illness) is out this week.
Parris Campbell (Knee) is out this week.
Khari Willis (Concussion) is out this week.
Rock Ya-Sin (Concussion) is out this week.
Colts 2021 Schedule
|QB||Philip Rivers||Jacoby Brissett||Jacob Eason|
|RB||Marlon Mack||Jonathan Taylor|
|WR||Zach Pascal||Michael Pittman||Dezmon Patmon|
|WR||TY Hilton||Ashton Dulin|
|TE||Jack Doyle||Noah Togiai|
|LT||Anthony Castonzo||Chaz Green|
|C||Ryan Kelly||Danny Pinter|
|RT||Braden Smith||Le'Raven Clark|
|WLB||Darius Leonard||Matthew Adams||Jordan Glasgow|
|FS||Malik Hooker||George Odum||Julian Blackmon|
|KR||Tavon Wilson||Isaiah Rodgers|
|CB||Xavier Rhodes||Travis Carrie|
|DE||Denico Autry||Al-Quadin Muhammad|
|DT||DeForest Buckner||Tyquan Lewis|
|NT||Grover Stewart||Taylor Stallworth|
|SAM||Bobby Okereke||E.J. Speed|
|DE||Justin Houston||Ben Banogu|
Indianapolis Colts Player Stats
The Indianapolis Colts are coming off a stellar season, finishing 11-6 and making the playoffs as the AFC's seventh-seeded wild card team. But they'll now have to deal with more QB turnover, as Philip Rivers retired in the offseason; former QB Carson Wentz will now take over the helm.
Oddsmakers suggest the Colts should be just fine, however, as they're projected to be near double-digit wins and should be in the running for another AFC South crown. See all the Colts above, as well as their upcoming schedule, how they've fared against-the-spread (ATS), key injuries, and more.
Indianapolis Colts Point Spreads
If you bet on every Colts last year in the regular season, you would've come out ahead, as Indy went 9-8 ATS. Point spreads are perhaps the most common bet type in betting, and they're simpler than they sound at first: Basically, you're betting on the margin of victory in the game.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Colts game:
- Colts -9.5 (-110)
- Texans +9.5 (-110)
Oddsmakers are essentially predicting here that the Colts should win by about 9-10 points. You can bet on either side of the game: A bet on the Colts spread would win if Indy won the game by 10 points or more, whereas it would lose if the won or lost by fewer than nine points.
Colts , or totals, have been among the most fun to bet on over the years given the fast-paced turf of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Basically, over/under bets are wagers on the combined points in a game.
Let's say the Colts and faced off and the total was set at 53 points at sportsbook. If the game finished at 54 points or more, over bettors would win, whereas if it finished at 52 points or fewer, under bettors would win. If Indy and Tennessee finished at exactly 53 points -- think a 30-23 game -- then it would be a and all bettors would be refunded their money.
Indianapolis Colts Moneylines
Going back to the spread example, say the Colts spread was -9.5 against the . You feel confident they'll win the game but aren't sure if they can do so by double digits. In that instance, you can bet on the Colts, which is a wager simply on whether they win the game. If they beat the Texans by three points, you'd lose the spread bet, but the moneyline bet would still cash.
You can read moneylines like the of other bets, and it's easier if you think in increments of $10 or $100 bets. If the Colts are -175 on the moneyline, you'd have to wager $175 to win $100. It's the opposite if they're underdogs, say at +175 on the moneyline: You'd win $175 on a $100 bet if they won the game.
While online sports betting is becoming more mainstream in the U.S., everyone knows about and plays fantasy football. Player props are pretty similar to fantasy: You're just worried about a single player.
Some examples of Colts props you can bet on include Carson Wentz to throw over/under a certain amount of yards or TY Hilton to go over/under a set amount of receiving yards.
Indianapolis Colts Futures
While you have to wait a little longer to fully sweat out your bet, are very common and quite fun. They're essentially bets on end-of-season events, like the Colts to win the AFC South, their odds to make the playoffs, their odds to win the Super Bowl, and more.